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IIS offers online privacy guide for young people

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The Swedish Internet Foundation (IIS) and the children's charity Bris have launched a free guide to help young people protect their privacy online. It contains practical advice for adults and children on how to set limits on internet applications and their usage. A survey by Bris found that 60 percent of people regret having shared something about themselves online and over a quarter say that they don't know how to remove things about themselves on the internet. The guide helps young people understand their own limits and how to apply these on popular online services, such as Facebook,

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